The university was named for the illustrious humanist, Elio Antonio de Nebrija (1441-1522). Nebrija's most important work was the "Gramatica Castellana", and he is considered the first grammarian of the Spanish language. Thus, language is an important part of the university's curriculum, and the university boasts a special center focused specifically on the study of Spanish for foreigners. Since 1985, Antonio de Nebrija University has been teaching international students and professionals to speak Spanish and sharing Spanish culture in its ‘Centro de Estudios Hispanicos Antonio de Nebrija’.
UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO DE NEBRIJA IS A PRIVATE AND INDEPENDENT INSTITUTION IN MADRID ACCREDITED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT. SPANISH COURSES ARE TAUGHT AT THE METROPOLITAN CAMPUS DE MADRID-PRINCESA, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN THE CITY CENTER.
Universidad de Nebrija, Madrid, Madrid 28015, Spain